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Camelot concert to star Bradley Jaden, Ramin Karimloo and Lucy St Louis

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A concert production of Camelot will play for one-night-only at the London Palladium in 2022.

The hit musical will be brought to the stage on 6 February 2022 in a co-production from Cuffe and Taylor and Lambert Jackson.

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The concert will star Bradley Jaden as Lancelot, Ramin Karimloo as King Arthur and Lucy St Louis as Guenevere, joined by a full orchestra.

Also on the cast are Julie Atherton as Morgan Le Fey, Ivano Turco as Mordred, Newtion Matthews as Merlyn and Georgi Mottram as Nimue.

The production will be supported with the 35-strong Trinity Laban Musical Theatre Ensemble.

Final tickets are available now from www.cuffeandtaylor.com

Lambert Jackson Creative Director Eliza Jackson said: “With Ramin, Bradley and Lucy as the legendary love triangle at the heart of Camelot in Concert, we are delighted to now announce Julie, Ivano, Newtion and Georgi as joining the cast – adding to the incredible display of talent for this show, which will be very special indeed.

“Lerner and Loewe created the most soaring music with wonderfully descriptive lyrics and to be given the opportunity to bring this story to life at the magnificent London Palladium is something we very much look forward to doing.”

Karimloo added: “This is going to be a very exciting production and the fact it is for one exclusive night only makes it even more special.

“To perform as the majestic King Arthur and be joined by Lucy St Louis as Guenevere and Bradley Jaden as Lancelot will make this an absolutely stunning show and I can’t wait.”

Camelot tells the story of Arthur, the idealistic King, who hopes to create a kingdom built on honour and dignity. His ideals, however, are tested when his lovely queen, Guenevere, falls in love with the young knight, Lancelot creating one of the most famous love triangles in literary history.

From the writers of My Fair Lady, enjoy classic songs including ‘If Ever I Would Leave You’, ‘How To Handle A Woman’, ‘The Lusty Month of May’ and ‘Camelot’.”

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